Nanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights)

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Nanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryCurrent Status of NanotechnologyCurrent Status of NanotechnologyIs There Any Money in Nanotech?Is There Any Money in Nanotech?MEMS Will Be Big BusinessMEMS Will Be Big BusinessResearch and DevelopmentResearch and DevelopmentGovernment and Private Groups Advancing Nanotech DevelopmentGovernment and Private Groups Advancing Nanotech DevelopmentNanotech Gets Lift from NSFInstitute for Molecular Manufacturing also Provides Research GrantsThe Foresight Institute Provides Public OutreachMEMS Clearinghouse Provides Forum for Micromachine DevelopersMolecular Manufacturing Enterprises Incorporated (MMEI) Provides Private Seed CapitalNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Nanomachines; Mesomachines And MEMs (Micro-Electromechanical Systems)MEMS Branch Out from Air BagsMEMS Branch Out from Air BagsMicro Air Vehicles Test Miniaturization LimitsMicro Air Vehicles Test Miniaturization LimitsCrawling; Flying Mechanical InsectCrawling; Flying Mechanical InsectFixed Wing MAVFixed Wing MAVMicropump Has No Moving PartsMicropump Has No Moving PartsMicromechanical Mirrors Route Light SignalsMicromechanical Mirrors Route Light SignalsMEMS Device Aligns Fiber Optics Inside PackageMEMS Device Aligns Fiber Optics Inside PackagePower Nanotube Gears with LaserPower Nanotube Gears with LaserMicrocantilevers Put Sensor Array on ChipMicrocantilevers Put Sensor Array on ChipCheap MEMS Laser Scanner Is ComingCheap MEMS Laser Scanner Is ComingGet the MEMS-Design Act TogetherGet the MEMS-Design Act TogetherSmall Is Nice; Reliable Is BetterSmall Is Nice; Reliable Is BetterMEMS Resonator Pushes Toward Phone-on-a-ChipMEMS Resonator Pushes Toward Phone-on-a-ChipMEMS Filter Will Miniaturize CommunicationsMEMS Filter Will Miniaturize CommunicationsMEMS Creates Analysis on a ChipMEMS Creates Analysis on a ChipMEMS Clock Times System on a ChipMEMS Clock Times System on a ChipMEMS Actuator Moves With a BangMEMS Actuator Moves With a BangMolecular Propeller RotatesMolecular Propeller RotatesNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Lasers; Fiber-Optics and DetectorsLaser Wrench Manipulates Nano ObjectsLaser Wrench Manipulates Nano ObjectsHey - It Really Is an Atom LaserHey - It Really Is an Atom LaserLaser Patterns Copper on Atomic ScaleLaser Patterns Copper on Atomic ScalePattern Diamond; Graphite with Laser CVDPattern Diamond; Graphite with Laser CVDUltrasonic Pulses Measure Film ThicknessUltrasonic Pulses Measure Film ThicknessWith Feedback; Control Quantum Dot; MoleculesWith Feedback; Control Quantum Dot; MoleculesMicromachine Variable LasersMicromachine Variable LasersDetectors: Micromachined Trampoline Measures Large PulsesDetectors: Micromachined Trampoline Measures Large PulsesDetectors: Count Current an Electron at a TimeDetectors: Count Current an Electron at a TimeLaser Nanosensor Measures RoughnessLaser Nanosensor Measures RoughnessNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Visualization: Microscopy; Spectrosgraphy; HolographyNear-Field Microscopes as Fast as TVNear-Field Microscopes as Fast as TVSee What Atoms Are Doing in Real Time: Electron HolographySee What Atoms Are Doing in Real Time: Electron HolographyWe’re Well on the Way to a Neutron MicroscopeWe’re Well on the Way to a Neutron MicroscopeMicroscope Images Microwave FieldsMicroscope Images Microwave FieldsRethought NMR Shows What Molecules Are Up ToRethought NMR Shows What Molecules Are Up ToKondo Effect: Tunnel into a Single Magnetic Atom with STMKondo Effect: Tunnel into a Single Magnetic Atom with STMGet That Electron Microscope out of the BasementGet That Electron Microscope out of the BasementCentrifuge Polarizing Microscope: Freeze-Frame Look at Centrifuged MoleculesCentrifuge Polarizing Microscope: Freeze-Frame Look at Centrifuged MoleculesSTM: Is It A Left- or Right-Handed Molecule?STM: Is It A Left- or Right-Handed Molecule?STM Movie Shows Atomic Lattice GrowthSTM Movie Shows Atomic Lattice GrowthSTM: Identify Each Molecule on SurfaceSTM: Identify Each Molecule on SurfaceRadically Speed X-Ray CrystallographyRadically Speed X-Ray CrystallographyCat Scan for Tiny ThingsCat Scan for Tiny ThingsSense Something without InteractingSense Something without InteractingNanotube Tips Manipulate MoleculesNanotube Tips Manipulate MoleculesNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Molecular ManipulationSTM (Scanning-Tunneling Microscope)STM Broom Sweeps Molecules across SurfaceData Storage: Array of STMs Will Start Nanotechnology MovingMolecular Wrench: Watch It TurnAFM (Atomic Force Microscope)See Nanometer-Scale Liquid-Surface Events with AFMNanoscale Mechanical Electrometer Is Very SensitiveMove Molecule-Sized Particles PreciselyNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), NanostructuresNanotubesPut Nanotubes Where You Want ThemNanotubes Can Be Metals - But Not Normal OnesGet Down to Business with NanotubesPut Metal Inside A Single-Wall NanotubeSingle Nanotube Makes a TransistorSlice Nanotubes into MacromoleculesCast Graphitic Nanotubes for EnergyHow Do Nanotubes Conduct?Wider Nanotubes Conduct FurtherCoaxial Nanocable Combines FunctionsLine up Pure NanotubesMake Electrchemical Capacitors with Nanotube ElectrodesCarbon Nanotubes Show Surprising ResilienceProbe Matter at Molecular Level with NanotubesNanocrystalsNanocrystals in Polymers Boost Optical SignalsHow Does Your Nanocrystal Grow?NanowiresNanowires Will Shrink MemoriesUse Focused Laser to Create NanowiresNanocages; nanoboxes; zeolites and sievesNew Nano Cage is a CubeBlock Copolymers: Make Capsules Big Enough to Hold BuckyballsVirus Works as Nano Factory for MaterialsAngstrom-Scale Molecular Box Is RoomyOrganic Zeolite Catalyst Cuts WasteCarbon Nanocages Encapsulate Range of ApplicationsNanoparticlesNanofluids Carry off More HeatBig Award Jump-Starts Microoptics ResearchNanoparticles Improve Batteries; Wear PartsNanopowders; Nanoflakes Show Improved ConductivityBuckyballsThere Are Buckyballs and There Are BuckyballsPeer into the Smallest BuckyballQuantum DotsMake More Efficient Laser from Quantum DotsQuantum Dots Will Make Even Better ModulatorsMake Lots of Dots—All AlikeLearn How to Control Quantum DotsTunable Kondo Effect Found in Quantum DotsDendrimers: Light-Focusing MoleculesAdd New Way to Focus Fine Light Line on ChipSiliconPatterned Silica Could Give Carbon Nanotubes a RunSmooth to the Last AtomGet to Know Silicon Cluster StructuresSilicon Nanoparticles Emit LightOuchless Microneedles Deliver DrugsGeneral Properties of NanostructuresWhat Do Nano Things Do to Macro Things?Smaller Is Stronger—Until You Get to NanoCrash on an Atomic LevelFriction Depends on How the Molecule TiltsControl Properties at Different Nano LengthsClusters Are Bridges to NanoworldBuckle up Your MicrostructureToo Small to Have Melting TemperatureBuild Complex 3D MicrostructuresNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), LithograghyTiny Lenses Make Tiny Chip FeaturesTiny Lenses Make Tiny Chip FeaturesPatterned Substrates Make NanocircuitsPatterned Substrates Make NanocircuitsTake Nanolithography to the LimitTake Nanolithography to the LimitNanolithography Is SharpenedNanolithography Is SharpenedPattern Magnetics for Dense StoragePattern Magnetics for Dense StorageNanofab Lens Focuses Electron BeamNanofab Lens Focuses Electron BeamNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), ChemistryBiosensors and “Lab-On-A-Chip” DesignsPEBBLEs: Put Nanosensors Inside Living CellBuild Biochips a Molecule at a Time with Optical TweezersNanofabricated Biochip Detects Bad MeatMicrofabricated Lab Finds GermsMicromachined Chemical Amplifier Speeds AnalysisMark Subcellular CompartmentsSmaller Chemistry is Faster ChemistryProduction of Nanoparticles and NanostructuresProcess Yields High-Volume; Low-Cost NanoparticlesPattern Nano Particles with TemplatesTin Worms Dig Out Nano DevicesOrganize Metallic Nanoparticles in MesoporesBuild Ultrathin Films by the NanolayerSuperhelices Make Big Building BlocksDraw Nanochunks onto SurfaceNanomagnets: Atomization Process Makes Magnetic PowderMake Nanotubes Long Enough for ElectronicsSelf-Organize Properties in NanostructuresBuild Materials One Layer at a TimeCatalysis and SeparationEncapsulate Left-or Right-Handed MoleculesMolecular Sieves and FiltersBigger; More Flexible Mesoporous SievesCeramic Filter Has Nanometer PoresSpheres Leave Highly Structured NanoporesNanocoatingsAgglomeration Lets You Spray NanoparticlesUse Nanopowders to Bond AluminaMembranesDefect-Free Silica Membranes Separate GasesNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), ElectronicsTransistors; Batteries…Single Electron Transistor Shows Kondo EffectRSFQ Promises Another Kind of Single Electron TransistorNanoscale Electrometer Works at Warm 4.2 KRefrigerate a Little Space a LotPhotosynthesis Can Power NanomachinesGet Battery Down to MEMS ScaleShrink Electronics down to Single AtomsBattery Nanocomposite Works CoolerDNADNA Helps Connect NanoelectronicsDNA Guides Microcircuit AssemblyDNA Glues Optoelectronic ComponentsNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), ComputersSemiconductors and Computer ChipsSalicide Process Gets into Submicron GatesMicropassages Cool ChipsQuantum ComputersUse Simple Quantum Computers CreativelyQuantum Leap into Intricacies of SiliconSee Artificial Molecules MoveInternet CommunicationsManipulate Remote Microscope on the InternetCryptographyHow to Implement a Quantum Secure NetworkNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), Selecting Patents In NanotechnologyMEMSMEMSBiosensors and “Lab-on-a-Chip” DesignsBiosensors and “Lab-on-a-Chip” DesignsImagingImagingElectronics; Computing and Fiber OpticsElectronics; Computing and Fiber OpticsNanotubes; Nanocrystals and Other Nanostructures “Buckyballs” (Fullerenes)Nanotubes; Nanoparticles and NanowebsNanotechnology: Think Small - Win Big with these Cutting Edge Techniques (Technical Insights), ResourcesAppendix B.1: Research and Corporate ContactsAppendix B.1: Research and Corporate ContactsAppendix B.2: Web Sites Relating to NanotechnologyAppendix B.2: Web Sites Relating to NanotechnologyAppendix B.3: Listing of Grants Awarded in NSF “Partnership in Nanotechnology” ProgramAppendix B.3: Listing of Grants Awarded in NSF “Partnership in Nanotechnology” Program




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